😂 Favorite technical documentation quote:
"Kubernetes Pods are mortal. They are born and when they die, they are not resurrected."
Let's see how this goes. Setting up an automated S2S CA for use with Kubernetes: https://blog.cloudflare.com/how-to-build-your-own-public-key-infrastructure/
I should check out this Terraria thing this weekend.
#sdf Newsletter is out! Woohoo! 🙌 Check your SDF e-mail inbox now!
The newsletter talks about:
 PROLOGUE and National Public Radio and NetBSD-8
 Gopher is Dead - Long Live gopher.club
 OStatus is Dead - Long Live Mastodon
 Terraria? Why, yes, thank you
 10 Hoodies for 10 Children (or small adults)
 Vintage Computer Festival Pacific Northwest 2018
 aNONradio is a thing and has a posse
"How's your sprint planning going?"
WordPress users, beware:
WordPress captcha plugin on 300,000 sites had a sneaky backdoor https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/12/20/backdoor_wordpress_captcha/
Reverse engineering Fedora packages and backporting to CentOS. WEEEEEEEE
The wall will start out with the following consoles: NES, SNES, Genesis, N64, Playstation and Playstation 2. From there, who knows what I'll add. Anyone have ideas?
Went to IKEA and got shelves to start building my wall of video games finally. Motivated me to get my NES back in working order. Easy fix, just needed to adjust the pins on the 72-pin connector. Played a lot of Super Mario Bros and ordered Final Fantasy and Dungeon Warrior on ebay. Can't wait for those to come in this week!
The at, batch, atq and atrm commands: https://www.computerhope.com/jargon/e/environm.htm
Forgot to to announce SDF breaking 500K users .. we're currently at 609,959 user accounts since the 1990s with 53,717 current accounts of which 19,105 are considered to be active. Happy 30 years SDF!
I really love watching the federated timeline and seeing the variety of different domains going across. The tootiverse is big and growing every day. Such diversity makes me smile!
"PAY ANY AMOUNT FOR YOU TO PICKUP YOUR FIRST PAYMENT
Well, that's only moderately disturbing: https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2017/12/eff-court-accessing-publicly-available-information-internet-not-crime